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Coins as an "anti-diarrheal agent": which coin trick saves the holiday

2021-09-16T15:07:07.624Z

Would you like to play it safe while on holiday and under no circumstances risk Montezuma's revenge? A simple coin trick protects against diarrhea and the like.



Would you like to play it safe while on holiday and under no circumstances risk Montezuma's revenge?

A simple coin trick protects against diarrhea and the like.

Money is first and foremost a means of payment.

But you can also misuse coins and bills.

Many a euro piece has already opened a locked door.

Or it delights a collector's heart because it has a bad coin *.

But coins can also have very practical uses - and even benefit your health.

How do you use a coin as an "anti-diarrheal agent"?

Quite simply with the following trick.

Recognize rotten meat immediately - with a simple coin trick

In Germany, protracted power outages are relatively rare.

But in other countries of the world they are commonplace.

Not only electrical light sources are affected, refrigerators and freezers are also no longer cooled in the event of a power failure.

In countries with a tropical climate in particular, many foods spoil very quickly when left unrefrigerated.

Meat and fish in particular quickly become a bacteria Eldorado - which promotes food poisoning.

In order not to experience any nasty surprises in the next holiday home, a special coin trick could serve you well.

He will show you whether and for how long the power failure occurred on site.

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This is how the "anti-diarrhea coin trick" works:

  • Take a small plastic bowl or cup and fill it with water.

  • Place the jar in the freezer until the water is frozen.

    (Please do not use a glass jar as it can tear)

  • Now place a coin on the surface of the ice and immediately put the jar back in the refrigerator.

  • If the coin is still on the surface of the ice the next time the freezer compartment is opened, there was no power failure.

  • If the coin is frozen a few millimeters deep in the ice, this is a sign that the power was temporarily gone.

    In that case, you should better dispose of fish, meat, dairy products and eggs, as

    advised by the

    Chip.de

    portal

    .

  • If the coin froze to the bottom of the jar, there was a permanent power outage.

    In that case, all food that needs to be refrigerated should end up in the trash.

(jg)

* Merkur.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

Source: merkur

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